Plate 151

Survey of London: Volume 42, Kensington Square To Earl's Court. Originally published by London County Council, London, 1986.

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'Plate 151', in Survey of London: Volume 42, Kensington Square To Earl's Court, (London, 1986) pp. 151. British History Online https://www.british-history.ac.uk/survey-london/vol42/plate-151 [accessed 4 March 2024]

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a (above) Kensington Chapel (now United Reformed Church), Allen Street, west front in 1957. Andrew Trimen, architect, 1854-5 (p. 391)

Figure 151a:

Kensington Chapel, Allen Street, exterior in 1957.

Kensington Chapel (now United Reformed Church), Allen Street, west front in 1957. Andrew Trimen, architect, 1854-5 (p. 391)

b (above). Presbyterian Chapel (now Russian Orthodox Church), Emperor's Gate, from south-west in . 1905. C.G. Searle and Son, architects, 1868-9, with tower of c. 1871 (p. 393). Steeple removed

Figure 151e:

Presbyterian Chapel, Emperor's Gate, exterior in c. 1905.

Presbyterian Chapel (now Russian Ortodox Church), Emperor's Gate, from south-west in c. 1905. C.G. Searle and Son, architects, 1868-9, with tower of c. 1871 (p. 393). Steeple removed

c (left). Kensington Chapel (now United Reformed Church), Allen Street, interior in c. 1905. Andrew Trimen, architect, 1854-5 (p. 391)

Figure 151c:

Kensington Chapel, interior in c. 1905.

Kensington Chapel (now United Reformed Church), Allen Street, interior in c. 1905. Andrew Trimen, architect, 1854-5 (p. 391)

d (below). Weslyan Methodist Chapel, Warwick Gardens, in c. 1871. Lockwood and Mawson, architects, 1863 (p. 393). Demolished

Figure 151d:

Wesleyan Chapel, Warwick Gardens, exterior in c. 1871.

Weslyan Methodist Chapel, Warwick Gardens, in c. 1871. Lockwood and Mawson, architects, 1863 (p. 393). Demolished

e (below). St. Mark's Coptic Orthodox Church (formely St. Jhon's Presbyterian Church), Allen Street, from south-east in 1984. J.M. McCulloch, architects, 1862-3 (p. 392)

Figure 151e:

St. Mark's Coptic Orthodox Church, Allen Street, exterior in 1984.

St. Mark's Coptic Orthodox Church (formely St. Jhon's Presbyterian Church), Allen Street, from south-east in 1984. J.M. McCulloch, architects, 1862-3 (p. 392)